August 18, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to Grandios Visions

New reply from TheUnderstanding

<p>When you see the ocean front buildings, you will realize that it is not all glass front with yuppies inside. The natural sense of relief and ocean breeze combined. Sourced stone, bamboo and concrete.</p>
<p>When you approach the harbor, you will see a tall mural on one side of of a building that looks like people from Vienna built it.</p>
<p>It would depict the founding father, a somewhat elderly but distinguished looking figure. He is reading a book. Under one of his feet, you can see a woman, her face at the base of the mural.</p>
<p>She is looking up at him in admiration, with only a hint of trepidation in her eyes.</p>
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<p>If you keep looking, her eyes change colour slowly, representing all kinds.</p>
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<p>The submarine would be welcome, if you can put it on sentry duty. </p>
<p>There is an issue with the haters from Ism Island. </p>
<p>They never met an ism they didn't take issue with, and subsequently fall in love with. </p>
<p>Trying to vent frustration, taking it out on people that like to build things.  </p>
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Original Post by MarcEsadrian

Grandios Visions

<p>If you were to have an ideal layout of circumstances and qualities in your life where it comes to having a submissive female or females, what would it be? What does the ideal design of your life look like? For instance, are you living in a spacious mansion with a household of girls, or do you prefer something more intimate? Are you more monogamous and traditional or would you prefer absolute slaves? Modern or old world style? Country or city? Where would you go in the world? If you had the power to wave a wand and make your ideal life come true, what would it look like?</p>
<p>This question isn't necessarily for fledgling masters or dominant males only. There are no doubt many men who have attained parts of their dreams and are working on the rest. We're all in different stages of life and fulfillment. I'm simply curious about what visions others may have that differ from my own. I'll contribute to this thread myself, too.</p>

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